Gering announces city administrator finalists

Gering City Adminstrator Lane Danielzuk plans to retire after assisting with getting a new city administrator acclimated. Four candidates, including two current city employees, will interview for the position.

GERING– The City of Gering announced Friday that it will interview four candidates, including two current employees, for the city administrator position.

In a press release, city officials announced that after careful review of the applications,the Gering City Council extended interview offers to five candidates for the city administrator position.

Current City Administrator Lane Danielzuk announced intentions to retire, but said he would stay on as a new administrator acclimates to the position.

Four candidates accepted the interview invitation: Pamela

Caskie of Sevierville, Tennessee, who previously served as the city manager in Alliance; Tammy Cooley of Morrill, who currently serves as the human resources director in Gering; Pat Heath of Gering, who currently serves as Gering’s director of public works; and Dustin Stambaugh of Littleton,Colorado.

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